Welcome to my journey.

I started this site to capture my pilgrimage, in 2014 to  Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain.  I wanted a way to share the experience with the people I love so much: my family, my friends and those I serve.   As I began to build it, I realized I had so many more experiences to share of places that humbled me and people who transformed me.  Many of you have heard my own story of how cancer brought me JOI (Journey’s of Inspiration).  A group of people that I will be forever grateful to for putting the true meaning of life back into mine.

Traveling and seeing the world is extraordinary and inspirational.  It reminds me that  I am called by God  to live my faith and serve others. This blog is a work in progress and I will continue to build it with stories of my journeys and the people I have met along the way that have inspired me to be the best I can be – and I hope it does the same for you.

Mungu akubariki, Dios los bendiga, 上帝保佑Gum, beannaicheadh ​​Dia thu

2 thoughts on “Me

    • These are wonderful memories and we are so very excited for you — that’s me, Mary, and Paul and Todd, Mary Callaway’s husband and son. Thank you for this gift that we can follow your trail. It’s not so bleak as I was afraid it might be and Mary is deliriously happy — love the falcon. I fell over with laughter at the 3 monkeys (see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil) — the three of you on a park bench in front of the lovely bakery shop with your respective eyes, ears, and mouth covered. We celebrate and salute you all. This is a perfectly lovely gift — your recording. And the weather looks sublime. Carry on. Mary Critikos, a friend of Mary Callaway.

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